Free Energy

The term, Free Energy is not well-defined, and should not be confused with thermodynamic free energy. Generally, it is used to refer to purported transformative technologies which have the potential to dramatically reduce personal energy costs with relatively little capital investment. There have been numerous free energy claims over the years.  Many, such as those implying perpetual motion or those based on extracting zero-point energy, are viewed as impossible according to accepted physical laws. Others, such as cold fusion, while not fundamentally impossible, are not accepted as established by the scientific community. Conspiracy advocates therefore claim that the scientific community has controlled and suppressed research into alternative avenues of energy production via the institutions of peer review.  In addition, some claim that devices capable of extracting significant and usable power from pre-existing energy reservoirs for little or no cost exist but are being suppressed  by governments and special interest groups (such as the fossil fuel and nuclear industry),and that suppression has been going on for some time. According to energy suppression conspiracy advocates, the main motive behind this is the preservation of the economic status quo and sustained increase of fuel prices. Variations on the energy suppression conspiracy state that free energy cannot be allowed in a capitalist system because the economic system would break down if it were introduced.

Free energy suppression

A conspiracy theory claim that explains why advanced technology that would reshape current energy paradigms is being suppressed by certain special interest groups. These groups are usually claimed to be associated with the oil, coal, nuclear, or natural gas industry, to whom current energy generation technology is profitable, or government agencies who view such as potentially detrimental to the national or world economic system.

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